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We are smart lawyers who understand business today and advise and support passionate people on creating business growth.

Taking care of business

Getting the right legal advice enables you to understand the legal consequences of your business actions, adequately protect your business and legal interests, make smarter business decisions, and avoid unnecessary legal problems. That’s why if you are a savvy business, you choose a savvy lawyer, a lawyer who takes care of business; but more than that, a lawyer who understands business.

Why Us?

In a nutshell … we understand business because ‘we are a business’. Imagine that – lawyers who are also business people! So, we understand many of your issues and concerns because we share these issues and concerns with you. That is why we work without the bloated overheads, bureaucracy, or old-school thinking of traditional law firms and pass the savings on to our clients.

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A Shareholders Agreement is of crucial importance in any company where there is more than one shareholder.

It provides a level of protection for the shareholders involved in the company and establishes a fair and clear relationship between them.

A joint venture is generally where two or more companies with different skills come together to reach a common goal. They can take many forms, and there are generally no limitations on who can or cannot form one.

However, the means by which they’re formed, and the manner in which they’re operated, can attract different legal rules, tax liabilities and commercial opportunities.

When buying or selling a business, there are options on how you do it. Are you selling or buying the shares or just the assets? What happens to the employees? How is payment to be made in the most tax-efficient manner? All need due consideration.

Your terms and conditions (i.e. the legal basis on which you are willing to do business with your customers) should be one of the first legal documents you put in place when you are starting your business.

They are essential for any business that wants to minimise legal disputes.

Intellectual property covers almost anything specific to your business from logos and slogans to screenplays and paintings.

You can protect these creations from being used by others without your consent by claiming ownership of them.

You may be surprised to learn just how many commercial opportunities you might be missing out on, by not protecting or not properly permitting others to make use of them.  

When doing business with another business, you want to protect that business relationship and clearly set out agreed terms – no matter how small or large your business is.

When starting a business, you will need some basic legal documents to ensure your business runs effectively and to protect yourself from any disputes that may arise as your business grows.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) pretty much applies to every business, so you need to know about it and to implement it correctly in your business.

It’s a bit of a minefield…and failure to comply will result in harsh penalties.

We’ve just touched the surface on all the legal stuff businesses need.

For all things business we’ve got you covered.

If you like what you’ve read, you probably already know that we’re the right law firm for you.

Still not convinced? That’s okay. Book your FREE Fact-Find call or give us a call at 01-2765226 or email us at [email protected] and we can arrange to meet with you for a chat, no strings attached. If you don’t like what you see or hear then, if nothing else, we know a little bit more about each other. Either way, the coffee is on us.

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